One of our most popular safaris, Monuments and Memorials
Photo credit: E. David Luria
Capitol Hill in DC is where it takes place! It is also one of the best places to learn travel and architectural photography!
The very best times to capture the animals at the National Zoo.
Photo by David Sendzul
Photo by Steve Rosenbach
If you love to take pictures and travel, come join one of our photo Safaris! A professional photographer takes you around the monuments of Washington DC or other domestic and international travel locations, while giving you tips on composition, lighting, and exposure. We know all the great spots, and you’ll have a lot of fun hearing colorful history about the sites we visit while learning how to take postcard-quality pictures!
Established in 1999, Washington Photo Safari™ is one of the nation’s leading providers of photography training field trips. We offer over 150+ unique itineraries, with 2-hour, half-day and full-day photo tours every week, all year long. These sessions are for photographers at any skill level with any kind of camera, digital or film.
Here's our approach:
Taking good pictures is fun, makes you happy, and fills you with pride over the memory you have just created. And now, with cell phones and cameras equipped with Wi-Fi . it is easier than ever to immediately share these images with friends and family.
That’s what we do for you at Washington Photo Safari. We help you See images in a new way, take you to new places, and help you improve your composition.
Then we guide as you Click with any camera, whether it be your cell phone or a complex DSLR, helping you use ALL the features you paid for on your camera.
Finally, we review the pictures you have just taken, helping you Learn from your mistakes, and giving you hands-on instruction as you retake the photos. We prefer to do this in the field, not in a classroom, so that you learn by doing.
And, whether you are a Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced photographer, we have a safari to meet your skill level!
Ready to learn more? Here's how it works!
Check out our calendar for safaris this month.